Sounds good to me.
I've always wondered how many folks are watching my journal or community, but have not listed it as a friend.
I don't really care who they are, just how many of them there are.
Since a lot of people are bringing up being able to see who's listed their entries as memories, I'd like to know what's the point of having security levels for memories if you're going to do that? Is there to be virtually no option of privacy left to any aspect of LJ eventually?
2002-03-29 10:49 pm (UTC)
maybe it won't include private memories...
I would hope it does not...
i love the referring page idea. i'd love to be able to track how people found me, and what entries they're reading.. etc.
Already there is contest in my regional community over who visits who's journal, and who replies. I think statistics would cause too much ego boosting and crushing.
I'd also like to be able to find comments that I have made in other journals.
Really good ideas tho! :)
Show all posts - comments and entries that a use has made from their main profile page. This feature would have to have some security levels (anyone, friends, self).
There have been times I have wanted to see what someone has been posting, see how they think and evaluate if I want to add them to my friends list.
I would like to see who has been reading my journal. Similar interests and all there's likely a reason they have taken the time to look me up.
Maybe a week expiration so that if they have not looked at your journal in a week their name get's bumped, or a clear feature.
All that sounds really good. IM for it!! But is there any way there can be something to prevent people from stealing peoples icons?
I'd like to see how many people linked to me, but not who.
not that i'm trying to troll or anything, but these seem like pretty useless features for the majority of the lj populace. i mean sure, we'll get some use out of them, but they're not nearly as nifty as the directory nor are they as pertinent as new styles/a new style system, for example.
what i'm getting at is that if this is going to put any other projects further behind which have been ready to come out Real Soon Now, i'm not so sure that it's a good idea. then again, if it won't entail that much work, i suppose you might as well do it, with the desire to expand the niftiness quotient of lj to unheard of levels.
I'd like to see selectivity- i.e. users could elect to not have their links counted (as in, I could choose to not have my links to other journals show up in their stats). I think it should always be an OPTION, so as to preserve privacy and anonymity.
length of visit
time of visit
number of pages viewed
registed lj user
graph of where in the world your visitors are
email notification 1 weekly or monthly
counter stat blocking
standard counter for free users
customization of countersfor paid users or
I know this isn't related but whatever happened to that old map feature which would show how each friend is linked to you and so forth?
I miss it? will it return, even if for only, paid members. Or is funcionality a problem seeming we all have bigger friendlists?
thanks guys you do a great job (=
I can get those IP stats and such from the counter/tracker I have in my LJ right now.
I think a list of the X most recent visitors to my journal would be neat.